This booth design was so fun! I love animals, kids and good food so this was the perfect project for me! Farm Stay USA needed a booth that would let folks know what they were about immediately. We decided to make the animals and children in the background life size so you could feel like you were walking into a farm. We wanted people to be excited to experience life on a working farm. My family is going up next spring to check out of of the farms. Our daughter...
When the auction committee asked me if I wanted to design the invitation for their upcoming event I was so excited. These projects always light my creativity on fire. They wanted the invitation to look like a retro postcard. I used large blocks of color, retro fonts and colors and photoshop effects to add a vintage feel. I love how it turned out! I am so glad to be party of such a great event!
This is my favorite type of graphic design. Combining imagery, color and font choice creates mood and invokes feeling. Here we have layered horses, a yoga pose, graphic sunshine rays and the rolling hills of the Return to Freedom sanctuary in Lompoc. Way to go Return to Freedom!
Susan Park began Spark Rescue when she first heard of a dog in need in LA. She wasn't aware that animals were being euthanized at alarming rates. She drove down, retrieved the dog and placed him in a home. Since then Susan and her team have saved 100's of dogs and a few kitties too! She works tirelessly to make sure they are placed in good homes with people who will love them forever. She has drivers including herself who retrieve the dogs. She gets them medic...
I designed this bus back for KTYD ages ago and they wanted to rerun it. It needed a little bit of an up grade so I redid it with actual flames. We had vector flames before. Lin Aubuchon loved the upgrade, and no there it is riding around on a bus. I love KTYD BTW, one of my first radio memories!
ePrep Services has changed their name to reflect their product photography. It is their main focus and needed be brought to the forefront of their brand.
New name, new brand, new website.
Please visit www.theproductphotographystudio.com
I designed the logo to so that "The Studio" is prominent. It is what the business was called internally and they wanted their customers to be on the same page. The acronym TPPS is in boxes on the side of the business name and simulating the look of an online store complete with prompters to shift to a new page or go back to a previous one. The new logo is clear, crisp and has elements that can be used alone or together.